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    Founded in 1934 as Varney Speed Lines, the Continental Airlines ceased its operations on March 2012 after a merger with United Airlines. Continental Airlines, along with Continental Connection and Continental Express, operated over 2,400 daily departures throughout the Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe. With just a few exceptions, all flights of Continental Airlines departed from its hubs at Antonio B. Won Pat Airport, Cleveland Hopkins Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. Of all US carriers, Continental served the largest number of destinations in India, Mexico, Japan, United Kingdom and Ireland, and was the only carrier in USA that offered flight services to Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia and Norway. At the time of its merger, the airline served 62 domestic destinations and 78 international destinations in 39 countries, including Nigeria, Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Belize, Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama, Canada, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, People’s Republic of China, India, Israel, Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, Germany, Denmark, France, Italy, United Kingdom and Australia amongst others. In addition to Continental Connection, Continental Express and Star Alliance partners, the airline had code share agreements with several other airlines, like Aeromar, EVA Air, Avianca, Cape Air, Copa Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Island Air, Amtrak and TACA Airlines.

Traveling Continental Airlines

    Continental Airlines offered two classes of service: First or Business Class and Economy Class. The 777-200ER and 757-200 aircrafts of the airline featured first class seats that could recline 180 degrees and offered a fully flat 6 and a half feet extended space for the passengers to sleep in. Seats came fitted with adjustable armrests and headrests, and electronic seat adjustments. Multi-course meal prepared by the Continental's Congress of Chefs was offered to passengers along with a fine selection of wines and beverages. Each seat had great entertainment options including a TV screen with Audio-Video-On-Demand system. From headsets and large pillows to amenity kit and woolen blankets, the airline took care of almost all needs of its niche clientele on-board. Economy class was available on all domestic and international flights. The seats in this cabin class were 450 mm wide and came with a pitch of 32 inches. Passengers on-board the economy class received free meals, snacks and complimentary non-alcoholic beverages. Passengers had the option to buy alcoholic beverages on board. To keep passengers engaged and entertained, the fleet of the airline had AVOD touch screen with a great selection of films, television shows, games and music.

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    United States of America is a vast and dynamic country that is home to some of the world’s most famous and fascinating tourist attractions. It is only in America that you can find-

• The Time Square

    Located in New York City, Times Square is one of the top tourist spots in the country. Attracting more than 80% of the tourists in the city, the Times Square attracts close to 38 million travelers on an annual basis.

• The Las Vegas Strip

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• Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

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• National Mall and Memorial Parks:

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• Disneyland Park

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About Continental Airlines

    Continental Airlines, headquartered in Chicago, was one of the major airlines of the United States that operated from 1934 to 2012. Prior to a merger with United Airlines via stock swap, Continental Airlines had partnerships and ownership interests with several air carriers, including Express Jet Airlines, Chautauqua Airlines, Colgan Air, Cape Air, CommutAir and Silver Airways. The airline serves over 140 mainline destinations across continents, and has its hubs at Cleveland Hopkins Airport, Antonio B. Won Pat Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. Continental Airlines was a member of the Sky Team Alliance from 2004-2009 and joined Star Alliance after it till ceasing of its operations in 2012. According to the Fortune Magazine, Continental Airlines was declared the most admired US airline in the years 2006, 2007 and 2010, and was the most admired global airline from 2004-2009.

Our Fleet

    Continental Airlines operated its services with the help of an all Boeing fleet having an average age of 9.5 years. Prior to ceasing its operations, the fleet of the airline consisted of aircrafts like Boeing 737–500, Boeing 737–700, Boeing 737–800, Boeing 737–900, Boeing 737-900ER, Boeing 757–200, Boeing 757–300, Boeing 767-200ER, Boeing 767-400ER, Boeing 777-200ER, Boeing 787–8 and Boeing 787–9.

Our Benefits

    OnePass was the airline’s frequent flyer program that was formed in association with the now defunct Eastern airlines. The program was shared with other airlines like the Copa Airlines, Copa Airlines Colombia and the Trump Shuttle. The program entitled members to earn mileage points that could be exchanged for free flight tickets, flight upgrades, discounted membership of the President’s Club lounge and some more rewards. The tiers of membership on offer included Silver, Gold and Platinum Elite which came with added benefits like mileage bonus, priority check-in, free upgrades, priority boarding and much more!
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